1. DECOMMISSIONING OF UNDERGROUND ODORANT STORAGE TANKS
MRR was contracted to remove two underground 4000- and 5000-gallon odorant storage tanks and several above-ground smaller tanks. The remaining odorant in the tanks was filtered and transferred to another station for re-use using MRR bobtail truck.
2. TURN-KEY UPGRADE OF AN ODORIZATION SYSTEM
MRR provided a turn-key upgrade of an odorization station. Due to space limitations, the new equipment had to be installed on the exact footprint of the old equipment.
3. SOIL DECONTAMINATION
MRR was mandated to remove an underground storage tank which was leaking. Soil around the tank was contaminated with mercaptan.
4. ODORANT SPILL RESPONSE: HURRICANE IKE DISASTER
In September 2008, Hurricane Ike devastated the Texas coastline (among other states and countries), causing casualties, floods and massive evacuations. The entire odorizer station of Galveston had been destroyed by the hurricane.
5. ODORANT EQUIPMENT REMOVAL IN HIGHLY SENSITIVE LOCATION
Obsolete odorant equipment at a large natural gas compression station in the highly sensitive area of downtown Boston was being replaced by new equipment. The old equipment had to be decommissioned.